You will soon be able to test Android 11 on your Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra.
He Android 11 beta program for the Galaxy S20 is now official. Just a day after the presentation of the Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra, and confirming that their high-end will receive three years of updates from now on, Samsung has decided surprise the owners of the S20 with a first advance of One UI 3.0.
The company has enabled the beta program in the United States and South Korea initially, although sooner or later it will end up spreading to a greater number of regions.
Testing Android 11 on the Galaxy S20 is now possible
This first phase of the program is actually a preliminary beta closed, so that only some users will be able to join the program to test the news of Android 11 on their terminals. It will be Samsung who accepts the requests of each user, and they affirm that it is a version intended mainly for developers.
In addition, it is only available in the United States and Korea, and availability is limited to free models and some specific operators.
The company itself has confirmed that, over the weeks, the beta program will open publicly, allowing residents of China, Germany, Poland, India, the Republic of Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States the possibility of try One UI 3.0 on your phones.
It is worth mentioning that, for the moment, The news that will arrive with One UI 3.0 to Samsung mobiles have not been confirmed, although we hope that as the first people can test this beta on their terminals, we can get to know new data from the update.
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